Hinesburg’s Energy Committee is one step closer to developing a town solar plan after the Selectboard approved a request for proposals at its May 6 meeting.
Author: Emmett Gartner
Lot 15’s Future is again a blank canvas
More than three months since Hannaford Supermarkets abruptly terminated its application to build a store in Hinesburg, the reason why the supermarket chain made that decision is still unclear as is the future of the site that remains undeveloped.
School students, teachers, families settle into new remote routine
Although Vermont PreK-12 schools are closed for the remainder of the school year, students across the state have shifted to learning at home as part of the effort to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
CVU winter teams head into playoff season, Gymnasts vault into playoffs with first CVU D-I season title
The CVU gymnastics team reclaimed their state title, defeating rival Essex on Feb. 15 at the Vermont high school state championships.
Lt. Gov. Zuckerman enters 2020 race for Vermont governor
A week into this year’s legislative session, Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman announced his 2020 campaign for governor.
That Championship Season: CVU Fall athletes bring home hardware
Champlain Valley Union High School student athletes this fall delivered excitement for their fans until the final whistles and buzzers, taking home seven Division I state championship titles.
Ma & Pembum: Hinesburg’s homegrown leather boutique upscales
College friendships are not always as fruitful or long-lasting as the one Hinesburg residents Phebe Mott and Elisabeth Garvey share
Drop-off center to open In December
Hinesburg’s trash and recycling drop-off center is expected to return by the end of this year after the Chittenden Solid Waste District recently chose a contractor to rebuild the facility near the town garage.